Tiger Farming: Trading in Extinction
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Thursday, 31 July 2014 15:00

Here I have an infographic from the animal welfare and conservation charity called the Born Free Foundation all about the out of control breeding of captive tigers stimulating demand for their parts and products across Asia and whether wild tigers stand a chance. The infographic is broken down into several sections including tiger sub species, Global wild and captive tiger population, what the tigers are bred for and more.

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Animals Invading Sports Matches
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Monday, 05 August 2013 19:02

Here are some excellent examples of animals invading sports games around the World including pictures from the Allsports.li blog:

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Awesome Bionic Animals
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Friday, 07 June 2013 14:23

Check out these bionic animals that have been given a new lease of life thanks to human beings:

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10 Enchanting Tree Tunnels
Written by David Eaves   
Thursday, 06 August 2009 11:46

Unless you're dendrophobic - in which case it would possibly be the worst sight on Earth seeing as Ents luckily don't exist - there's something eerily romantic and comforting about streets and paths lined with trees, especially when their branches grow to the point where they arch over the road itself and meet in the middle to form a natural tunnel. Of course there a thousands of these green passageways around the planet so this is obviously a small selection, but I thought I'd share a few examples of one of nature's many visual treats.

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San Francisco's Multicoloured Salt Ponds
Written by David Eaves   
Thursday, 09 July 2009 20:10

Should you ever fly over San Francisco Bay, be sure to peer out of the window in order to catch a glimpse of one of the world's most incredibly coloured landscapes. It's hard to believe that the cause of such a vibrant display is plain old salt.

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